Introduction: War Technology Anthropology Koen Stroeken Part I: Perpetuating War Chapter 1. Drones in the Tribal Zone: Virtual War and Losing Hearts and Minds in the Af-Pak War Jeffrey A. Sluka Chapter 2. The Dead of Night: Chaos and Spectacide of Nocturnal Combat in the Iraq War Antonius C.G.M. Robben Chapter 3. World in a Bottle: Prognosticating Insurgency in Iraq and Afghanistan Roberto J. Gonzalez Chapter 4. Anthropology As We Know It - A Casualty of War? R. Brian Ferguson Part II: Globalizing War Chapter 5. Games Without Tears, Wars Without Frontiers Robertson Allen Chapter 6. Music, Aesthetics, and the Technologies of Online War Matthew Sumera Chapter 7. Humanitarian Death and the Magic of Global War in Uganda Sverker Finnstrom Chapter 8. Resident Violence: Miner mwanga magic as a war technology anthropology Koen Stroeken Chapter 9. The Magic of Martyrdom and Cultural Imaginaries in Palestine Neil L. Whitehead and Nasser Abufarha
Koen Stroeken is an Associate Professor of Africanist Anthropology at Ghent University. Committed to the value of reflexivity, he published most recently Moral Power: The Magic of Witchcraft (Berghahn Books, 2010), which is based on fieldwork in rural Tanzania.